Scholars from nine countries spend four weeks visiting ancient sites, studying preservation of the Middle East's historic past.
Monuments, religion, understanding the past, nation states, global vs. local: today, these topics are more than just academic.
This intensive monthlong program offers an in-depth examination of how objects, buildings, and institutions conserve, preserve, and recreate the past for diverse communities—now and for the future.
Participants and invited lecturers discuss recent critical approaches to national patrimony, cultural memory, reception history, and the power of images and buildings to mold communities. The program features a one-week field trip to study selected sites in Turkey.
Criteria for Participation:
Terms of Fellowship
All successful applicants will be awarded a fellowship which features:
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How To Apply to the next Institute
The next Summer Institute will be announced in 2005. Please check this page for information.
Published: Wednesday, July 16, 2003